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I think this color is as close to “acid green” as I’ve seen in a nail polish - saturated, yellow-leaning, a tiny bit murky, and nearly neon. It has the typical Vinylux-creme formula, applies smoothly, and provides nearly-full coverage in two coats. I don’t know if a third coat would completely eradicate the VNL, or if this should just be worn over an opaque base shade.
This green is brighter than I thought it would be. It isn’t something that I’ll be able to wear easily, though it can be a pretty striking color to use in water marbling. It isn’t quite thick enough to make a decent stamping polish, but maybe there’s a way to thicken the polish slightly and see if it will work better.
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